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Providing Social Skills Programs for Youth and Adults with Communication, Sensory Integration, Social Interaction, and Behavioral needs.
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* Social Skills Saturdays , * Spectrum Drama Club , *Day Camps , * Camp Journey (Weekends during the year and Summer Week-long cabin camping)
* Thanks to the grant-writing and fund raising efforts of Spectrum Autism Support Group, Spectrum program fees are offered at a reduced rate for all.…Read More
Summer Day Camps
We now offer programs in Gwinnett County , Roswell , and Cumming .
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN Camps fill quickly! Link to Camp registration below.
Gwinnnett Click Here Roswell Click Here Cumming Click Here
Our Mission: to enrich and enhance the physical, emotional, social development of children, teenagers and young adults with Autism/Asperger’s within a safe, warm, caring and stimulating camp community.
Camp can be a summertime oasis, providing a safe environment for children to relax, play and learn without the pressures they have during the school year. Camp creates a temporary community each summer in which campers participate in all kinds of activities with a staff of positive role models who continually monitor the “friendship making” process. Our Day Camps strives to teach children important life skills, including communication and social skills like the art of making and keeping friends. These skills will help…Read More
What is Camp Journey?
Camp Journey is an overnight camp focused on social skills, building friendships, teamwork, manners, and self-esteem. Camp activities include directed social skills instruction in a typical overnight camp setting. Campers enjoy hot meals prepared each day, heated and air-conditioned cabins, and a variety of typical overnight camp activities. Activities may include swimming, hiking, fishing, archery, climbing, canoeing, sports, and more depending on the weather.
NOW OPEN FOR REGISTRATION
Search our frequently asked questions on Camp Journey by clicking on READ MORE belowRead More
Shhhh, don't tell them they may have fun and learn something new too!
Technology and social activities will be customized to the group based on the participants ages, ability and motivation so that we can facilitate individual and group positive experiences. This program is interactive in nature and may include projects such as: games that teach coding, web design, photo slideshows, recording and acting in videos and more!
We will encourage students to work to their strengths.
Registration NOW OPEN for Our Winter and Spring Tech Club sessions. Winter Dates: 01/09/2018 - 02/27/2018 and Spring Dates 03/06/2018 - 04/24/2018
REGISTER NOW TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT…Read More
LEGO Club members will collaborate to build LEGO models. Instead of building LEGO sets by themselves, members will work in groups of two, three or more. Members will be divided into different but interdependent roles, which will support social interaction and both verbal and nonverbal communication to participate in the activity. Key social experiences such as collaboration, Joint attention, division of labor, sharing, turn-taking, will be emphasized and coached by professional staff training in the characteristics and strategies needed to encourage social interaction among the members.
We now offer Thursday evening programs for two age groups.
Elementary School age 5-11 is from 5pm-6:30pm, Middle School to adult (Ages 10-22) is from 6:30pm-8pm
The dates are as follows:
January 11, 18, 25
* No LEGO Club February 1st - Join us at the Spectrum meeting
February 8, 15, 22
Location for all dates: New Directions 4545 Suwanee Dam Road Suwanee, 30024
Registration now Open
Bring Smiles to faces and make a Difference !
Click here to VOLUNTEER NOW for our Overnight weekend camp!
Our weekend camps runs Fri 6:30pm- Sunday 10:30am We have a March and November Overnights and Summer weeklongs.
Our campers: Age 9 to young adult with Moderate*, Mild, and HFA/Asperger's Syndrome.
Camp is at beautiful Fort Yargo State Park at the Camp Twin Lakes Will-A-Way Group Camp Facility… never fear its a beautiful site with so much including lake, pool, art, gym, dining hall, archery, air-conditioned cabins and there are bathrooms and showers and so much more too!
What we need: Adults over 21 that are caring, attentive, fun loving and capable to work with people with disabilities.
Required to pass background check, link will be provided.
What you get: A chance to give our campers a great experience enjoying traditional overnight camping experience customized to their needs. Make new friends, gain experience,…Read More
JOIN US ON Aug 21 st for our Meet and Greet!
Drama Club meets on Monday nights from 6:30pm-8:00pm in the Annandale Village Gym, 3500 Annandale Lane, Suwanee, GA. Our session will be Aug 28 st, 2017. This year's performance is Into the Woods JR . which features all of your favorite characters – Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Jack (and his beanstalk) and the Witch in this lyrically rich retelling of classic Brothers Grimm fables.
The musical centers on a baker and his wife, who wish to have a child; Cinderella, who wishes to attend the King's festival; and Jack, who wishes his cow would give milk. When the baker and his wife learn that they cannot have a child because of a witch's curse, the two set off on a journey to break the curse and wind up changed forever.
The performance date will be April 21st and 22nd. Cast…Read More
Saturday Social SkillsGroups offers a chance for children with social skills needs to spend a Saturday participating in fun activities, working on social skills, and establishing and maintaining friendships.
Gwinnett Saturday Social Skills or Gwinnett Fun and Friends Click here to REGISTER NOW
Please register early as space is limited or click our link for more information:Read More
Roswell Adaptive Parents Night Out
This program is designed especially for children and adults with special needs who live at home. Parents need time to recharge their batteries. They will benefit immensely from this program, but, of course, the children will benefit even more! The Adaptive Parents Night Out is offering a night of respite care for families of children with special needs and their siblings as a pilot program to determine interest. This is a wonderful opportunity for primary caregivers to have a much needed break.
The children will have the opportunity to play games, do crafts, enjoy music, and have fun in a safe environment where parents can feel confident knowing their child is more than just safe.
Ages: 4-adult April 28, 6p.m.-9p.m. and look for every other month on a third Friday Location: Waller Park Gym (Waller Park is an accessible facility.) 250 Oak Street